- Best Of Mike Francesa: Reaction To Hesitancy To Cancel Marathon After Superstorm Sandy As Bloomberg continued to defend his decision, WFAN's Mike Francesa took issue with the mayor when he opened his show on that Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.
- NYC Now Accepting Kindergarten Applications For Fall 2017 Any child born in 2012 and living in New York city is eligible.
- 'Bee-Tox' Venom Facials New Beauty Buzz For More Youthful Skin The procedure uses bee venom and honey to tighten your skin and make it glow by tricking your body into thinking your face has been stung.
- 4 Years After Superstorm Sandy, Coast Continues To Recover People have worked hard to restore the New York and New Jersey coastline to what it was before Superstorm Sandy but some areas have not recovered, nor will they ever.
- Schumer Slams FEMA IG’s Plan To Recoup Sandy Money From Hard Hit Long Island Towns Yet, now the inspector general's office of FEMA, the federal agency overseeing storm recovery is asking the towns to repay some of the relief money.
- Study: Storms Like Hurricane Sandy Could Hit Tri-State Area More Frequently A team of researchers created a computer model that predicts the likelihood of other Sandy-like flood events in New York City, and the findings are alarming, CBS2's Elise Finch reports.
- Contractor Accused Of Scamming Sandy Victims Arrested In Florida A contractor accused of scamming Superstorm Sandy victims has been caught. Police picked up Richard Woodard last week in Florida.
- NYPD: Baby Found Safe After Mother Allegedly Abducts Her From Foster Care Center Police said the mother of the child was at the New York Foundling Community Services center on supervised visitation.
- Councilman: More Than A Dozen Girls Reported Missing In The Bronx In Past 2 Years City Councilman Andy King (D-12th) was sounding the alarm Thursday, with more than a dozen girls having been reported missing in the Bronx in the last two years.
- New York Awards $12-Million To Provide Generators To Gas Stations Along Evacuation Route Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to ensure that along the hurricane evacuation route strategically located gas stations with at least four pumps are operational and able to provide gas to first responders.